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Southwest view of redesigned campus.

Campaign Goals: $50 Million and 3 Priorities

Through your support, we will voice our core belief in each boy and all that he can become.

The Campus Master Plan envisions the creation of a new Upper School building, which will maintain a central location on the current site of the Andrews House, establishing a beacon of learning on the highest point of our 75 acres. With this new Upper School, the Middle School will then move into a renovated and expanded Banfield Academic Center (the current Upper School building), and the Lower School will move into the current Middle School, resulting in an academic quad that supports a cohesive Landon experience for all our students. 

  • $42.765 million
  • $50 million
Southeast view of redesigned campus

Capital Projects:
$30 Million

Safety and Security: Campus Welcome Center and Infrastructure Improvements

An aesthetically pleasing and safe environment will present Landon as an institution that empowers boys to learn without distractions.

New Upper School Building
A new building will surround Upper School students with modern workspaces and equipment that prepare them for intellectual, social, and emotional success in college and beyond.
Lower School, Middle School and Wilson Building Renovations

Every Bears will have a new space to make the discoveries and friendships that facilitate growth, creativity and independence.



Landon Bear by Wilson Building

$10 Million

Academic Excellence

Landon boys will participate in an education based on the best practices for boys and what boys will need to succeed in an everevolving world.

Supporting a Diverse Student Body

Increasing the diversity of our student body will elevate the strength of Landon’s program and infuse new perspectives and ideas into our community.



Landon Lacrosse Players Celebrating

Annual Giving:
$10 Million

Landon Fund

A strong annual giving program will provide critical support for the exceptional traditions, programs, and opportunities that Landon boys experience every day.